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Participants can expect to experience the following when attending a Group Training Class.
Beginning promptly on the hour or half hour, the entire class will engage in an instructor – led series of warm-up exercises. Designed to both elevate the heart rate, increase blood flow to the areas of the body which will be taxed by the upcoming workout, and to promote flexibility and mobility in a certain area of the body, the Warm-Up / Mobility Component is critical for a safe, effective workout.
Following the warm- up, the instructor will lead attendees through requisite skills for the workout. Athletes will be shown, prompted, and coached on how to perform each movement used that day. Faults will be corrected publicly, as to allow individuals to learn from one another, and to be able to identify common flaws in one another’s movements. WOD: The ‘Workout of the Day’ – or ‘WOD’ is a carefully programmed exercise routine designed to elicit a specific physiological response.It’s important to note that the program is deliberate, and designed to compliment both the balance of the programming performed that week, and the needs of the athlete. Upon completing their workouts, participants will record their time on the Wodify system available at the gym’s front desk. Time will be recorded and logged as to help athletes keep an accurate record of their performances. All athletes will start the workout at the same time. Although everyone is to proceed at their own pace, many participants find the energy afforded by the group intoxicating, and will produce a better result when pacing themselves off of a classmate.